The Colonne di San Lorenzo is a Roman ruin in Milan, Italy. Located in front of the Basilica of San Lorenzo, it is a place of gathering and impromptu exhibitions.
The plaza hosted several dozen red shoes (both painted and patent) in long rows extending the length of the square. The static soles ranged from pumps to sneakers offering the once fashionable items a final platform on the sidewalk.
Photos by Richelle Sibolboro
Richelle Sibolboro is Managing Editor of OpenCity Projects